TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – David Wicks continued to move up the individual leaderboard Saturday in the second round of the Seminole Intercollegiate. He is now tied for third place after two rounds, and will have 18 holes on Sunday to make up the final four strokes separating him from first place.
The senior from Bexhill, England, carded a 70 in the second round with 17 holes of par or better, including three birdies. That brings Wicks to a two-day total of 137 with 35 holes of par or better, including eight birdies.
Sam Uhland is also in the Top 20, tied for 19th with a two-round total of 141. The sophomore from Jacksonville, Fla., had 15 holes of par or better including four birdies. Ryan Jahn had an eagle and three birdies to card 73 in the second round for a total of 145. The senior from Jupiter, Fla., is now tied for 41st. Raul Pereda moved up 15 spots to 51st overall with a 72 in the second round. The junior from Cordoba, Mexico, has 147 through two. Elliott Fullalove is also tied for 51st with 147 through 36 holes. The junior from Kingswood, England, had a 75 in the second round.
Penn State continues to dominate the team leaderboard. The Nittany Lions had 273 in the second round to move to 550 after two. Tournament host and #30 Florida State is second after two round with 552, #25 Georgia Tech is third with 556, Troy moved up five spots to fourth with 561 after two, and West Virginia is fifth with 563. The Dolphins and James Madison are tied for sixth at 567.
Fullalove will begin the Dolphins' day with an 8:55 a.m. tee off at the first hole, and will be followed in 11 minute intervals by Pereda, Jahn, Uhland, and Wicks.
There's a 20 percent chance of rain at tee time Sunday with overcast skies and temperatures around 56 degrees. It'll stay cloudy as temperatures warm up to 68 around 3 p.m.